The Teddys Christmas
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(A poem written in the Monotetra style means that each verse has 4 lines and the last line in each verse is repeated.)
A family of teddy bears enjoy a Christmas celebration
The teddy bears were having fun;
the spin-the-bottle had been spun.
Unwrapping gifts was almost done.
Look, you missed one! Look, you missed one!
Each cub had picked his fav'rite toy.
There was one for each girl and boy.
They looked at them with eyes of joy,
soon to destroy, soon to destroy.
The music blared from gramophone.
The table's laden, hear it groan.
The presents, each one, had been shown.
Room a cyclone. Room a cyclone.
Then Mrs. Bear called, "Table's set.
I've put in a Christmas cassette,
so congregate in kitchenette.
Please come and get. Please come and get."
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